MSI NVIDIA Geforce 9400GT ??
#1
Just wondering if anyone has one of these? Opinions Please.

http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/8248876/MS...oduct.html

Passively cooled version. I know there's a fan cooled one also.
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#2
I've now deleted your other post twice. Do not crosspost.

One forum only.
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#3
tslayer did you bother to read my last post.

As I explained in it , I am dual booting Both windows & Linux & would like the opinion of both Linux & Windows users. So its not really crossposting.

I know I didn't bother to read the Windows Forum much when exclusively using Ubuntu for my Htpc.

I think my reasons for posting in both Forums is validAngry
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#4
No, I did not read the last post because the title was identical.

And if you properly searched you will find tons of people asking about video cards. There are plenty of discussions already, especially for Linux.

So, if you want this moved to the Windows forum, let me know. But you only need this in one place. Sorry.
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#5
OK what If I change the title slightly in the windows Forum?
Because I know from experience that the use of different cards between Windows & Linux can yield different results.

As I stated before I very Rarely visited the Wndows Forum while running Ubuntu, & since Im planning on dual booting I'd like the opinion of of both Windows & Linux users.

I have searched on the forum for any word on this particular card & found none, so please reconsider my request tsplayer.
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#6
How about I move it to the general discussion forum where users from both will see it?
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#7
Yes please althekiller. I suppose I should have thought of that.

Just thought at the time it was the better way to get opinions of both OS users.
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#8
No it's the better way to have the same pointless discussion in two places Wink
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#9
I was gonna say you should make one post in the Hardware forum, but I see that is no longer around.
reading must be magical or something, it's how i find all da anwsers!
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#10
What a worthless thread
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#11
As to the original question, in windows all recent video cards are essentially the same thing. This will work like pretty much every other, so long as you have OpenGL 2.0 installed correctly.
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